BANDUNG, Head of the Environment Office (DLH) West Java Province, Anang Sudarna said more than 80 percent of industries in West Java violate the Wastewater Quality Standard (BMAL).
The data obtained after DLH Jabar do sudden insfeksi (sidak) to 39 textile industry in West Java.
He mentioned to know the Sidak results more accurately, according to SOP, all samples of water taken during Sidak from outlet (structuring point) and outfall are being tested in accredited laboratory.
"BMAL violations by industry in West Java we know after doing sidak," said Anang told reporters in Bandung, Monday (12/2/2018)
Anang mentions not done in following up the direction of the Governor of West Java as well as a follow-up of the limited meeting (Ratas) Cabinet on January 16, 2018 in Bandung, led by President Joko Widodo on the arrangement of Citarum watershed.
"Therefore, in the framework of supervision of environmental management business actors, DLH Jabar with Environment and Hygiene Agency of Regency / City se Bandung Raya has implemented sidak on February 2-3, 2018," said Anang
Furthermore, Anang added that based on Article 63, Article 71 and Article 76 of Law Number 32 Year 2009, the enforcement of environmental law is the duty and authority of both the government, provincial and district / municipal governments implemented based on the results of supervision which is also the obligation of the Minister, Governor and Regent and Mayor in accordance with their authority.
The supervision is carried out by the Functional PPLH (Environmental Supervisory Officer) and if a violation of the environmental permit is found from the supervision of the Minister, the Governor and Regent and Mayor apply administrative sanctions.
"The preliminary findings based on Patrol conducted by Kodam III Siliwangi and Patrol Team DLH Jabar are the same, most industries almost 80 percent violate BMAL," he concluded